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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishVikingVi‧king /ˈvaɪkɪŋ/ noun [countable]  SAa member of the group of Scandinavian people who sailed in ships to attack areas along the coasts of northern and western Europe from the 8th to 11th centuries
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VikingThe Romans and Vikings used them first as routes into the country for conquest and later for trade.Two previous Viking landing sites, and now the Pathfinder site at Ares Vallis, all seem to have the same soil.David Palmer scored two first-half touchdowns for the Vikings, on an eight-yard run and a seven-yard catch.Before this season, the Vikings had gained a reputation of collapsing against inferior opponents.She'd never have suspected the Viking of possessing culinary skills.The things the Vikings had done in Raynes Park were, let's face it, unspeakable.The Vikings themselves are represented as small characters which have an amusing range of animations to denote their current state.
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